Updated on December 10, 2021
Here’s a look at what’s coming out from Marvel for November 2015. A full list of solicitations is available here.
- All-New, All-Different Avengers #1, $5
- All-New, All-Different Avengers #2, $4
- Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1, $4
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #2, $4
- Ms. Marvel #1, $5
- All-New Hawkeye #1, $4
- Howard the Duck #1, $4
- Captain America: Sam Wilson #3, $4
- Spider-Gwen #2, $4
- Guardians of the Galaxy #2, $4
- Marvel Universe Guardians of the Galaxy #2, $3
- The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, vol. 2: Squirrel You Know It’s True, $15
- Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man Ultimate Collection, Book 3, $35
The “Secret Wars” fallout is over, and Marvel’s still relaunching a bunch of new #1’s set in their “all-new, all-different” post-“Secret Wars” merged/mixed-up reality. Thus the long list of rebooted titles above.
Miles Morales is on the all-new, all-different, all-rebooted-yet-again Avengers team. Meanwhile, the “original” 60s X-Men are still around in the present, I gather, with apparently zero effects on Marvel’s timeline despite everything that’s happened.
In less confusing corners of the Marvel Universe, we’re getting a new comic featuring Marvel’s favorite red dinosaur, Devil Dinosaur. Teaming up with the T. rex is a new character, an African-American girl going by “Moon Girl.” She apparently has Inhuman genes, in keeping with Marvel’s increased push of the Inhumans as (film-rights-secured) mutant-substitutes.
“Squirrel Girl”‘s cover and solicit are pretty funny.
“Captain America” sees the return (somehow) of “Capwolf,” a story about Steve Rogers becoming a werewolf.
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